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Windows ME clients cannot log on to  Windows 2000 domain

Posted on 2001-06-30
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Windows ME clients can not log on to an Active Directory Windows 2000 domain controller. They receive:"This device does not exist on the network.The domain password you supplied is incorrect or access to your logon server has been denied."
How can I recovered it?
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-Open active directory users & computers on a DC.
-Right click on the domain name (root of hive) & choose properties. Check what the pre-windows 2000 domain name is.. Enter that in the domain portion of the Me computers domain logon.
-Are you using WINS ? Install it on a DC & use it on the stations.
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Thanks and sorry for leaving it hanging a long time.
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